Under Armour Combine in Jacksonville

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  1. Rocky6

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    Hey guys there was some good talent at the under armour combine in jacksonville.

    Class of 2011
    Tyler Osorio 4.55 40, 40" Vertical, 18 reps of 185, 10'1" Broad, 4.53 Shuttle
    Thor Jozwiak 5.16 40, 27" Vertical, 26 reps of 185, 8'0" Broad, 4.64 Shuttle

    Class of 2012
    Austin McClellan 4.69 40, 31" Vertical, 8 Reps of 185, 8'8" Broad, 4.36 Shuttle

    Class of 2013
    Gunnar Cox 4.50 40, 27" Vertical, 11 Reps of 185, 8'8" Broad, 4.30 Shuttle

    Here's the link to the full results

    http://combines.underarmour.com/Combines/Football/Athletes/30
     
  2. DixieDestroyer

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    Rocky6, thanks for posting & welcome to Caste Football![​IMG]
     
  3. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Welcome to CF! Tyler Osorio's numbers would be fabulous if he could get his SS time down. Is he a RB?

    A 4.55 40 time for a H.S RB that has a 40 inch vert and a 10'1" Broad jump is fine! That's some explosion and X-Z agility right there!
     
  4. SteveB

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    There's something fishy about their data on that site. They have a DE that ran an incredible 4.13 sec 40 (a new world record?), yet his 20 yd split was only 2.93 sec. So he ran his last 20 yds in 1.2 secs??? That is alot faster than Usain Bolt runs.

    There are a number of players that ran great 40 times yet their 20 times were slow. For example, one kid ran a 4.39 40, but only a 2.84 20, so he ran the last 20 yds in an incredible 1.55 sec. Again, that's about as fast as Usain Bolt can run. The same kid has a paltry 26" vertical, hardly an explosive athlete.

    Looking at the data, Osorio is the only one that makes sense.Edited by: SteveB
     
  5. Rocky6

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    Yeah the DE, I think is a misprint and suppose to be a 5.13. His dad is Chris Terry who use to play for the Carolina Panthers. These were all laser times I don't think they would be skewed that much. But if they are this is the same Under Armour combine in Dallas, LA, and all the other citiesso those times could be skewed too. Either way I don't want to take anything away from a good showing fromsome of our good young white athletes.
     
  6. Rocky6

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    Osorio was working with the WR's at the combine.
     
  7. Riddlewire

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    Resurrecting this thread to talk about Tyler Osorio.

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    Tyler signed to run track for Florida*.

    Tyler, a 6'2" 200lb WR, who has a 100M PB of 10.54, could not get a D1A football scholarship. His only D1 offer was from HBC Florida A&M.

    It is unfathomable that a tall, physical wide receiver with blazing speed can't get a D1A scholarship somewhere. How about some of the horribly sh!tty football programs (but good schools) that never seem to beat anyone? Are their affletes so world class that they can't possibly be improved upon?

    However, it should be noted that no credit should go to Tyler himself for trying to obtain a FBS football scholarship. In his own words:
    Someone should inform young deluded Tyler that "reality" isn't what the media tells him it is. There are very few WRs in the SEC with his combination of size and speed.

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    *I have no idea if Tyler ever made it to UF. He's not on their roster. Though that's not entirely uncommon with Spring sports.
     
  8. Colonel_Reb

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    Sad to see him say something like that, but who is to say he didn't figure out the racial politics at work and is actually commenting on that reality. Although I personally doubt that is what happened, there is always room for a little optimism.
     

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